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« Reply #150 on: 23/08/2006 13:40:30 »
Is it hoodia, is it placebo? Hmmmm, Not sure. I've been taking the Super Slim 400 for about 5 days now. To be honest I'm completely unsure as to whether they are working or not. I've decided to eat better and do exercise but I'm still want to eat, not sure if I would want to eat more, or not, without the hoodia. Also did anyyone see the BBC watchdog show about hoodia http://www.bbc.co.uk/consumer/tv_and_radio/olddogs_newtricks/slimmingpills.shtml? I know that this firm seem dodgy, but had they really researched hoodia properly (disclaimer, I didn't see the program, a work colleague brought up the show this morning then laughed at my gullability "fad diets and hooky diet pills that's the secret" Hmmmm).
 

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« Reply #151 on: 23/08/2006 14:25:25 »
Hi niknaksbarbeque

Yes I saw the BBC watchdog show.  I guess it was everything that you would expect i.e. confirmation that there are people out there happy to create "miracle pills" of rubbish for whatever ails you and the "gullible people" that fall into the trap of buying and using them.
 
My view is this.  Years ago, I had some terrible back pain which the recognised medical profession helped me with by telling me to go to bed for 6 weeks with a bottle of opium based tablets.  My back got a little better but I had to overcome a dependancy on the pills which I could have well done without - particularly at such a young age.  I spent years in pain and all my doctor could offer me was pills and surgery.  I looked into alternative help and came across a chiropractor who was achieving fabulous results apparently.  My doctor told me not to touch him as they were all just "quacks" and he could do me irreparable harm.  I had been in such pain for so long and having tried the "proper" medical help with results described above, I tried the "quack".  People looked at me with sympathetic eyes because of how gullible I was to see this man, just the same as some people look at you now if you want to try something alternative such as hoodia or homeopathy.  Well, the result was that, without any drug addiction, this man (a South African) "cured" me.  I still see chiropractors occasionally but lead an active, healthy life albeit a slightly plump one!  As you know chiropractors are now recognised and respected generally.  So my view is, that the "recognised" professions don't necessarily have all the answers right now and you have to take responsibility for helping yourself too.  This kind of communication between ourselves should help us support each other with what works and what doesn't and help us to bypass the "hooky" stuff.  But ignore the sanctimonious types who just want to "paralise" you into inaction becasue you might be "gullible".  I would rather be "gulible" but successful one day.  As I said, I have a good back program without drugs or surgery.  Also, I tried goodness knows how many "gullible" products to help me give up smoking which I did nearly 10 years ago and after 25 years.  So, just the weight to go now then!!

So, to the Super Slim 400......!!  It aint no miracle.  If I carry on eating "normally", which is big on carbs, to be honest I'm not convinced I can tell any difference!  But someone else said previously that best results are possibly achieved with a low carbohydrate diet.  That figures if you think about the San using it with almost no food treking across desert(apart from the odd high-protein snake etc perhaps?!) .  So that's what I'm trying now.  Stricter on the diet and much lower carbs.  I'll report back soon!
 

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« Reply #152 on: 24/08/2006 18:27:41 »
Could GrahamK , JaneB  , or anyone else please PM me with the name of a reliable supplier of Super Slim 400 in the uk. I tried doing a PM to Graham but the message just bounced back as being undeliverable. I really fear being ripped of by a disreputable company. It is really unfortunate that links have been removed.
 

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« Reply #153 on: 23/08/2006 13:40:30 »
Is it hoodia, is it placebo? Hmmmm, Not sure. I've been taking the Super Slim 400 for about 5 days now. To be honest I'm completely unsure as to whether they are working or not. I've decided to eat better and do exercise but I'm still want to eat, not sure if I would want to eat more, or not, without the hoodia. Also did anyyone see the BBC watchdog show about hoodia http://www.bbc.co.uk/consumer/tv_and_radio/olddogs_newtricks/slimmingpills.shtml? I know that this firm seem dodgy, but had they really researched hoodia properly (disclaimer, I didn't see the program, a work colleague brought up the show this morning then laughed at my gullability "fad diets and hooky diet pills that's the secret" Hmmmm).
 

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« Reply #154 on: 23/08/2006 14:25:25 »
Hi niknaksbarbeque

Yes I saw the BBC watchdog show.  I guess it was everything that you would expect i.e. confirmation that there are people out there happy to create "miracle pills" of rubbish for whatever ails you and the "gullible people" that fall into the trap of buying and using them.
 
My view is this.  Years ago, I had some terrible back pain which the recognised medical profession helped me with by telling me to go to bed for 6 weeks with a bottle of opium based tablets.  My back got a little better but I had to overcome a dependancy on the pills which I could have well done without - particularly at such a young age.  I spent years in pain and all my doctor could offer me was pills and surgery.  I looked into alternative help and came across a chiropractor who was achieving fabulous results apparently.  My doctor told me not to touch him as they were all just "quacks" and he could do me irreparable harm.  I had been in such pain for so long and having tried the "proper" medical help with results described above, I tried the "quack".  People looked at me with sympathetic eyes because of how gullible I was to see this man, just the same as some people look at you now if you want to try something alternative such as hoodia or homeopathy.  Well, the result was that, without any drug addiction, this man (a South African) "cured" me.  I still see chiropractors occasionally but lead an active, healthy life albeit a slightly plump one!  As you know chiropractors are now recognised and respected generally.  So my view is, that the "recognised" professions don't necessarily have all the answers right now and you have to take responsibility for helping yourself too.  This kind of communication between ourselves should help us support each other with what works and what doesn't and help us to bypass the "hooky" stuff.  But ignore the sanctimonious types who just want to "paralise" you into inaction becasue you might be "gullible".  I would rather be "gulible" but successful one day.  As I said, I have a good back program without drugs or surgery.  Also, I tried goodness knows how many "gullible" products to help me give up smoking which I did nearly 10 years ago and after 25 years.  So, just the weight to go now then!!

So, to the Super Slim 400......!!  It aint no miracle.  If I carry on eating "normally", which is big on carbs, to be honest I'm not convinced I can tell any difference!  But someone else said previously that best results are possibly achieved with a low carbohydrate diet.  That figures if you think about the San using it with almost no food treking across desert(apart from the odd high-protein snake etc perhaps?!) .  So that's what I'm trying now.  Stricter on the diet and much lower carbs.  I'll report back soon!
 

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« Reply #155 on: 23/08/2006 13:40:30 »
Is it hoodia, is it placebo? Hmmmm, Not sure. I've been taking the Super Slim 400 for about 5 days now. To be honest I'm completely unsure as to whether they are working or not. I've decided to eat better and do exercise but I'm still want to eat, not sure if I would want to eat more, or not, without the hoodia. Also did anyyone see the BBC watchdog show about hoodia http://www.bbc.co.uk/consumer/tv_and_radio/olddogs_newtricks/slimmingpills.shtml? I know that this firm seem dodgy, but had they really researched hoodia properly (disclaimer, I didn't see the program, a work colleague brought up the show this morning then laughed at my gullability "fad diets and hooky diet pills that's the secret" Hmmmm).
 

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« Reply #156 on: 23/08/2006 14:25:25 »
Hi niknaksbarbeque

Yes I saw the BBC watchdog show.  I guess it was everything that you would expect i.e. confirmation that there are people out there happy to create "miracle pills" of rubbish for whatever ails you and the "gullible people" that fall into the trap of buying and using them.
 
My view is this.  Years ago, I had some terrible back pain which the recognised medical profession helped me with by telling me to go to bed for 6 weeks with a bottle of opium based tablets.  My back got a little better but I had to overcome a dependancy on the pills which I could have well done without - particularly at such a young age.  I spent years in pain and all my doctor could offer me was pills and surgery.  I looked into alternative help and came across a chiropractor who was achieving fabulous results apparently.  My doctor told me not to touch him as they were all just "quacks" and he could do me irreparable harm.  I had been in such pain for so long and having tried the "proper" medical help with results described above, I tried the "quack".  People looked at me with sympathetic eyes because of how gullible I was to see this man, just the same as some people look at you now if you want to try something alternative such as hoodia or homeopathy.  Well, the result was that, without any drug addiction, this man (a South African) "cured" me.  I still see chiropractors occasionally but lead an active, healthy life albeit a slightly plump one!  As you know chiropractors are now recognised and respected generally.  So my view is, that the "recognised" professions don't necessarily have all the answers right now and you have to take responsibility for helping yourself too.  This kind of communication between ourselves should help us support each other with what works and what doesn't and help us to bypass the "hooky" stuff.  But ignore the sanctimonious types who just want to "paralise" you into inaction becasue you might be "gullible".  I would rather be "gulible" but successful one day.  As I said, I have a good back program without drugs or surgery.  Also, I tried goodness knows how many "gullible" products to help me give up smoking which I did nearly 10 years ago and after 25 years.  So, just the weight to go now then!!

So, to the Super Slim 400......!!  It aint no miracle.  If I carry on eating "normally", which is big on carbs, to be honest I'm not convinced I can tell any difference!  But someone else said previously that best results are possibly achieved with a low carbohydrate diet.  That figures if you think about the San using it with almost no food treking across desert(apart from the odd high-protein snake etc perhaps?!) .  So that's what I'm trying now.  Stricter on the diet and much lower carbs.  I'll report back soon!
 

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« Reply #157 on: 24/08/2006 18:27:41 »
Could GrahamK , JaneB  , or anyone else please PM me with the name of a reliable supplier of Super Slim 400 in the uk. I tried doing a PM to Graham but the message just bounced back as being undeliverable. I really fear being ripped of by a disreputable company. It is really unfortunate that links have been removed.
 

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« Reply #158 on: 23/08/2006 13:40:30 »
Is it hoodia, is it placebo? Hmmmm, Not sure. I've been taking the Super Slim 400 for about 5 days now. To be honest I'm completely unsure as to whether they are working or not. I've decided to eat better and do exercise but I'm still want to eat, not sure if I would want to eat more, or not, without the hoodia. Also did anyyone see the BBC watchdog show about hoodia http://www.bbc.co.uk/consumer/tv_and_radio/olddogs_newtricks/slimmingpills.shtml? I know that this firm seem dodgy, but had they really researched hoodia properly (disclaimer, I didn't see the program, a work colleague brought up the show this morning then laughed at my gullability "fad diets and hooky diet pills that's the secret" Hmmmm).
 

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« Reply #159 on: 23/08/2006 14:25:25 »
Hi niknaksbarbeque

Yes I saw the BBC watchdog show.  I guess it was everything that you would expect i.e. confirmation that there are people out there happy to create "miracle pills" of rubbish for whatever ails you and the "gullible people" that fall into the trap of buying and using them.
 
My view is this.  Years ago, I had some terrible back pain which the recognised medical profession helped me with by telling me to go to bed for 6 weeks with a bottle of opium based tablets.  My back got a little better but I had to overcome a dependancy on the pills which I could have well done without - particularly at such a young age.  I spent years in pain and all my doctor could offer me was pills and surgery.  I looked into alternative help and came across a chiropractor who was achieving fabulous results apparently.  My doctor told me not to touch him as they were all just "quacks" and he could do me irreparable harm.  I had been in such pain for so long and having tried the "proper" medical help with results described above, I tried the "quack".  People looked at me with sympathetic eyes because of how gullible I was to see this man, just the same as some people look at you now if you want to try something alternative such as hoodia or homeopathy.  Well, the result was that, without any drug addiction, this man (a South African) "cured" me.  I still see chiropractors occasionally but lead an active, healthy life albeit a slightly plump one!  As you know chiropractors are now recognised and respected generally.  So my view is, that the "recognised" professions don't necessarily have all the answers right now and you have to take responsibility for helping yourself too.  This kind of communication between ourselves should help us support each other with what works and what doesn't and help us to bypass the "hooky" stuff.  But ignore the sanctimonious types who just want to "paralise" you into inaction becasue you might be "gullible".  I would rather be "gulible" but successful one day.  As I said, I have a good back program without drugs or surgery.  Also, I tried goodness knows how many "gullible" products to help me give up smoking which I did nearly 10 years ago and after 25 years.  So, just the weight to go now then!!

So, to the Super Slim 400......!!  It aint no miracle.  If I carry on eating "normally", which is big on carbs, to be honest I'm not convinced I can tell any difference!  But someone else said previously that best results are possibly achieved with a low carbohydrate diet.  That figures if you think about the San using it with almost no food treking across desert(apart from the odd high-protein snake etc perhaps?!) .  So that's what I'm trying now.  Stricter on the diet and much lower carbs.  I'll report back soon!
 

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« Reply #160 on: 24/08/2006 18:27:41 »
Could GrahamK , JaneB  , or anyone else please PM me with the name of a reliable supplier of Super Slim 400 in the uk. I tried doing a PM to Graham but the message just bounced back as being undeliverable. I really fear being ripped of by a disreputable company. It is really unfortunate that links have been removed.
 

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« Reply #161 on: 25/08/2006 10:53:04 »
Just do a search on google.co.uk for super slim 400,You will find a uk hoodia site selling it
 

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« Reply #162 on: 25/08/2006 13:16:37 »
Thanks but I have done that but I do not know any of these suppliers at all. However I get the feeling that I can trust people on this forum to give me an honest recomendation. Since all links are removed then I have to resort to looking for a PM. The administrator on this forum should have enough up in the smarts dept to work out the difference between  blatant advertising compared to honest advice, then act on a case by case basis. However such common sense has been banished in favour of total inflexibility.
 

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« Reply #163 on: 25/08/2006 15:17:11 »
If your stuck then

well i know you can get from hoodia-dietpills.co.uk,didnt put it as an active link or it will get thrown out
« Last Edit: 25/08/2006 15:17:47 by Greg »
 

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« Reply #164 on: 25/08/2006 16:02:10 »
Thanks for that. I had noticed that company. I find their advertising style to be distinctly iffy. In order to get a decent deal one has to buy three bottles. Even if they sell the real stuff their marketing strategy is like a modern day snake oil sales pitch. I am looking for a straightforward advertisment that sells one bottle at a time for a fair price. I am not looking for flashy sensationalism accompanied by a heavy discount for bulk buying. They may be straight. In fact they probably are. However I run a mile from that sort of advertising. Do these people really expect a first time buyer to buy three bottles ? On the other hand do they really think the same first time buyer would be happy to pay a substantial penalty for buying a single bottle ?
 

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« Reply #165 on: 25/08/2006 18:06:31 »
You can buy one bottle ...lol

Its just an offer if you buy two instead !!

Take another look
 

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« Reply #166 on: 25/08/2006 18:52:03 »
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If your stuck then

well i know you can get from hoodia-dietpills.co.uk,didnt put it as an active link or it will get thrown out




Dead right - and I'd be one of those throwing it out - but I'll let you get away with this one [;)]



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« Reply #167 on: 25/08/2006 18:52:07 »
Where did I say that you could not buy a single bottle ? I never said that you could not. Take another look at what I actually said.  Quite simply I do not like that kind of marketing strategy in the context of a  vulgar sales pitch. For a first time buyer there is a real problem of trust because of the sheer number of spivs  milking the "hoodia" market place.
 

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« Reply #168 on: 26/08/2006 09:16:16 »
"I am looking for a straightforward advertisment that sells one bottle at a time for a fair price"

You quoted ?

Hoodia is expensive stuff,So dont be fooled be the 9.95 and 14.95 for 800mg etc
Will leave you to do your own re-search on this,This board is to share knowledge
 

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« Reply #169 on: 26/08/2006 11:11:05 »
I would not expect to pay such low prices , I did say "fair price". I reckon 9.95 or 14.95 would be for useless (snake oil) product. However such is my lack of confidence in the marketplace  I would not assume that just because I paid 20 to 25 quid for a bottle that I would be getting the right stuff.

 What I am really looking for is for someone to say that they have personally bought from a particular retailer. You did not exactly say that.

What do you mean by "knowledge". Let me guess.... suppose I shared my personal experience of using hoodia  after having got hold of the real stuff. I figure that would satisfy you. So I shall post my views for scrutiny and comment after I have got some.

First things first. I have to get the stuff. So for the furtherence of "knowledge" my enquiries  are perfectly reasonable. In fact for the furtherance of well informed debate it is vital that consumers can confidently obtain genuine effective hoodia.

I now gather that it is ok for folks to give such advice as long as the post does not contain links to the vendors website. That seems reasonable to me.
 

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« Reply #170 on: 28/08/2006 21:40:33 »
Good luck on your find then [:D]
 

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« Reply #171 on: 30/08/2006 13:19:03 »
Hi Greenhill and Greg

Isn't hoodia a frustrating subject?!!  I still struggle to see the offence at giving weblinks - but hey, what do I know?  Greenhill, I so agree with you about the website that Greg mentioned but didn't give you the link to!  I have actually spoken to a chap from the company and was totally happy with him. He was open and honest about thier products and knows that their site could do with improvement; they are looking to update it shortly apparently.  I bought from them and was totally happy with the transaction.  A number of people on various forums have reported good results with Super Slim 400 (irrespective of where they bought it from). Personally, I have found it to be totally ineffective when eating "a balanced diet" but I am big on carbs by choice.  I was going to try a low carb routine but never really got under way properly - I wasn't planned properly I guess.  But what I have tried is to eat "almost nothing" during the day (perhaps a couple of peices of fruit and loads of water and a little fresh juice) and then have a "sensible" evening meal and I'm pretty sure that the Super Slim 400 helped me to stick to it.  I felt really comfortable all day and didn't go too beserk when I did eat - usually I would have been ready to roll up the carpets and eat them by the evening!  Now I know loads of people will disagree with this approach for all sorts of good reasons - I'm just saying that for me, a restrictive routine is often best and that I do believe that in those circumstances, the pills helped me.  I had to slip off the routine to fit in with some family festivities but I am going to give it another try because I think there's a chance it might work and that the pills may help.  If so hurrah!

 

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« Reply #172 on: 30/08/2006 14:10:10 »
Hi Jane and thank you Greg. I  have not bought any Hoodia yet but I am still thinking about doing so.

 Jane I was wondering if it took a number of days for the superslim to take effect .I have read that it can take as long  as 15 days for the hoodia to "kick in" and an effect to be felt. On the other hand from reading  different reports it seems to work for some people much sooner . Was there a long lead up before the period that it helped you ?

Greg what is your experience of using Hoodia ?
 

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« Reply #173 on: 30/08/2006 15:36:19 »
Hoodia can be quite decieving when you see what is sold,Ive been using the super slim 400 capsules and they seem to be reducing my hunger (thats on 6 caps a day)
Could up the dosage as advised but will give it till the end of the week before i change my program.
 

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« Reply #174 on: 31/08/2006 12:30:38 »
Been taking Hoodia (Super Slim 400) now for about 1-2 weeks, so far not really noticed any massive difference in my hunger. Think this could be due to me eating due to boredom at work rather than hunger (or hoodia not working). Tried Zetacap and it didn't work for me either.

I need something that will actively make me not want to eat (e.g. sick feel when you've ate too much). Was thinking of trying Phentermine, any experiences?

Cheery
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p.s. Where can I get tapeworms? *joke, maybe*
 

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« Reply #175 on: 30/08/2006 13:19:03 »
Hi Greenhill and Greg

Isn't hoodia a frustrating subject?!!  I still struggle to see the offence at giving weblinks - but hey, what do I know?  Greenhill, I so agree with you about the website that Greg mentioned but didn't give you the link to!  I have actually spoken to a chap from the company and was totally happy with him. He was open and honest about thier products and knows that their site could do with improvement; they are looking to update it shortly apparently.  I bought from them and was totally happy with the transaction.  A number of people on various forums have reported good results with Super Slim 400 (irrespective of where they bought it from). Personally, I have found it to be totally ineffective when eating "a balanced diet" but I am big on carbs by choice.  I was going to try a low carb routine but never really got under way properly - I wasn't planned properly I guess.  But what I have tried is to eat "almost nothing" during the day (perhaps a couple of peices of fruit and loads of water and a little fresh juice) and then have a "sensible" evening meal and I'm pretty sure that the Super Slim 400 helped me to stick to it.  I felt really comfortable all day and didn't go too beserk when I did eat - usually I would have been ready to roll up the carpets and eat them by the evening!  Now I know loads of people will disagree with this approach for all sorts of good reasons - I'm just saying that for me, a restrictive routine is often best and that I do believe that in those circumstances, the pills helped me.  I had to slip off the routine to fit in with some family festivities but I am going to give it another try because I think there's a chance it might work and that the pills may help.  If so hurrah!

 

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« Reply #176 on: 30/08/2006 14:10:10 »
Hi Jane and thank you Greg. I  have not bought any Hoodia yet but I am still thinking about doing so.

 Jane I was wondering if it took a number of days for the superslim to take effect .I have read that it can take as long  as 15 days for the hoodia to "kick in" and an effect to be felt. On the other hand from reading  different reports it seems to work for some people much sooner . Was there a long lead up before the period that it helped you ?

Greg what is your experience of using Hoodia ?
 

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« Reply #177 on: 30/08/2006 15:36:19 »
Hoodia can be quite decieving when you see what is sold,Ive been using the super slim 400 capsules and they seem to be reducing my hunger (thats on 6 caps a day)
Could up the dosage as advised but will give it till the end of the week before i change my program.
 

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« Reply #178 on: 31/08/2006 12:30:38 »
Been taking Hoodia (Super Slim 400) now for about 1-2 weeks, so far not really noticed any massive difference in my hunger. Think this could be due to me eating due to boredom at work rather than hunger (or hoodia not working). Tried Zetacap and it didn't work for me either.

I need something that will actively make me not want to eat (e.g. sick feel when you've ate too much). Was thinking of trying Phentermine, any experiences?

Cheery
Mark
p.s. Where can I get tapeworms? *joke, maybe*
 

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Originally posted by JennyBonsell

Yes !!

I used the pure hoodia pills from hoodia-dietpills.co.uk in the uk and they have made an impact within 4 days [:)]

Im suprised these have worked so quickly

Ive also got some diet extra ones,But have not tried them yet

Good luck everyone on your dieting !




Hi!
Could you pleas tell me if you have got any stomach pain or  diarrhoea
since you have stated using Hoodia?[xx(]


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Offline Jody

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Re: Hoodia diet pills do they work?
« Reply #180 on: 01/09/2006 21:55:20 »
Hi kids!  I just went back and read every post for this thread, and I'd like to throw in my 2-cents worth...

I tried the Desert Burn Hoodia, taking 4,500 mg per day (that's two capsules, three times a day - twice the "recommended dose".)  I used it for a month.  After a couple of days I though it was maybe working a little.  Then I realized it was just a fluctuation of my own body, because my appetite went right back to normal.  No extra energy, no toning, nothing.

So, being the desperate, gullible person I am, I tried another brand (sorry, can't remember the name) for another month.  Again, no effect whatsoever.  I have "researched" hoodia until my eyes ache.  Every brand claims that theirs is the ONLY one that works.  And 99% of them have certificates "proving" their authenticity.  Doesn't mean a thing.  (Also, although most of them offer Iron Clad Guarantees, I see that actually getting a refund from these companies is almost impossible.  What does that say about the quality of their product?)

So, my final (bitter) conclusion is that the hoodia available today doesn't work for most people.  The few people for whom it does work seem to have found one particular brand that works for them.  What works for one person is "sawdust" for another - which tells me there is probably a good bit of "placebo effect" going on here.  I haven't got $50+ to throw away every couple of weeks, trying every new brand, hoping to hit on one that works for me.  When an industry standard is established for the product, so that I have some real assurance that I'm getting what I'm paying for, maybe I'll give it another go.

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Re: Hoodia diet pills do they work?
« Reply #181 on: 03/09/2006 21:47:39 »
hi

ive just come across this site and read through the posts on hoodia!

im desperate to loose weight and find i eat all the time, even when  im not hungry!and i can binge eat event hough i know its no good for me!

anyway i tried the apple cider vinegar but they didnt do much so ive come across hoodia, from what i can gather its best to buy the pure hoodi-which typically is more expensive!lol

anwyay my main concern is i am on thyroxid and wondered if anyone knew of any side effects to hoodia, i have an underactive thyroid anyway which slows down my metabolism but the weight is jsut piling on i need to do somthing! [:(]
 

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« Reply #182 on: 10/09/2006 17:29:09 »
I have noticed two different types of superslim 400 bottles. One has a woman smiling whilst clutching a set of scales and the other has no picture but a sort of curved rainbow design surrounding the product name.

Are they both the genuine article ?
 

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« Reply #183 on: 11/09/2006 17:43:05 »
Hi Greenhill
If it's any help, my bottles have the smiling woman with the scales.  I'm pretty confident that they are "the genuine article" from the certification that I checked into when buying.  However, whether they have actually been formulated appropriately to contain the active ingredient in a potent way is a point I'm happy to debate!  By this, I mean does the process of making the genuine cactus into a tablet destroy the active ingredient perhaps?  I don't know.  But for me, I can't say that they are helping to the extent that Alison1 describes and I think that most of us really need at times.  I.e. if I'm largely motivated to "be good", I think that they do help keep me being good.  However, if I'm "out of control", they do not make any difference to me.  They do not overcome my being "out of control" and put me back in control.

I must say though that I would be really interested though if everyone who said that the pills have definitely helped them reported that they had the curved rainbow on their bottles!!

Good luck everyone.
 

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« Reply #184 on: 12/09/2006 11:18:55 »
Well the Hoodia Super Slim 400 now in the bin. Didn't really notice any change in appetite. Good luck to everyone trying it.
 

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« Reply #185 on: 12/09/2006 16:29:27 »
I've spent a harrowing 5 hours going through all the comments on the Hoodia phenomenon! I'm at the point of purchasing online from pure hoodia in the uk. They've got the certificates and the works online BUT has anybody used this site OR thier product???

PLEASE please reply!

I'm also off to South Africa at the end of the month. Any pointers to where I can get the product locally in South Africa???

Many thanks
paul
 

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« Reply #186 on: 14/09/2006 20:38:47 »
I started with hoodia that I descovered here in Brasil, from SLim Lab, with 0800 number they say what pharmacy makes hoodia in your country and town. In 15 days I transformed my bad mood in a good mood. But I decided to ask my british sister send british pills to me, and when I started the british ones, they didnt work well like the brazilians, then Im comming back to the brazilians, that are here, near me, but cost a litle more. To my sister in London those UK ones are working great, she is taking this for 2 or 3 months, better them that dermaslim, from usa, that was her first choyce. Luck for us. [:I]
 

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« Reply #187 on: 22/09/2006 21:37:28 »

Can any1 tell me where I can get hoodia pills that are safe to use whilst breastfeeding?

Also can any1 give me feedback on "Hoodia Quick" 400mg pills? Was thinkin of buying from them, bit unsure...
 

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« Reply #188 on: 24/09/2006 23:19:21 »
Hi everyone,

I'm 18 and have been unhappy with my weight for quite a long time.

I weighed around 12 and a half stone last year but I now think that I am hitting 14 stones now.[:(]

I've recently heard of this hoodia product and am quite interested but worried that I could be spending money on something that could leave me feeling worse than I do now.

I've tried many diet supplements before, some in excess, and none of them have worked.

As I said I am very interested in this hoodia product but so many different companies are selling it and I suppose I'm a little but baffled.[?]

Can someone please tell me if there are stores in London or somewhere in the UK where I can buy a hoodia product (that is guaranteed to work) over the counter that has worked for you.

If not can someone please give me a UK based link where I can order the real stuff at a fair price.  Deals for 3 for the price of 2 will be highly appreciated.  If USA shipping, and postage and packaging is free can I please get addresses or links for them to.

Thankyou.

 

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« Reply #189 on: 26/09/2006 18:19:04 »
Hi everyeone,

I am new to this site and am thinking about taking this to help me with the extra baby fat that I have around still.  I would like to lose about 20lbs or more to get down to 130lbs.  I have a few questions about this stuff though?

1.  Does it make you jittery like all the other "fat burners" and stuff out there?

2.  How much weight has everyone lost from it? If any?

3.  What brand did you buy?  And where?  You can email me that question so your not advertising.

4.  Is it safe, has anyone had any negative side effects?

I am also exercising, but that doesn't seem to be getting rid of the extra weight.


Thanks for any help.

Kara

 

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Offline paulav

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« Reply #190 on: 28/09/2006 14:27:06 »
Can anyone who has been taking Hoodia tell me, I know they are supposed to have no side effects, but as you lose your appetite, do you get any of the light headedness you would normally feel when you don't eat properly?
 

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« Reply #191 on: 28/09/2006 21:53:50 »
I can only tell you I feel fine. It has enabled me to make healthy choices as I don't really fancy ANYTHING. But i'm sane enough to know I need vitamins fron food. No side effects for me tho.[:)]
 

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« Reply #192 on: 29/09/2006 10:43:44 »
Sometimes you may feel a bit light headed,As im sure as when the hoodia works and affects your diet this can lead to the feeling dizzy
Make sure you use real pure hoodia as there is a lot of tat on ebay and the net that is 100% fake
The super slim 400 is a proven product and ive been using it for a while now and its working great in my current diet by reducing my hunger
 

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« Reply #193 on: 30/09/2006 11:54:11 »
Hoodiamax is rubbish,They sell it on ebay
The price of it reflects that it cant contain real hoodia as well !
I used it ages ago and it never made any difference
 

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« Reply #194 on: 01/10/2006 17:48:17 »
This is funny as hell, you (almost) *all* sound like hoodia scammers trying to scam each other. Look at the "number of posts" of the authors.

Guerilla marketing<>Gorilla marketting.

The cactus, when chewed for a second or two, surpresses appetite for more than 10 hours. Totally.

If you're buying "Hoodia" and you can't quite tell if it's working, then it ain't hoodia.
Never take someone elses word for anything on the 'net (including mine).
Look up the legal issues too. Most companies could not legally be using hoodia, or it's active molecule.

G
 

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« Reply #195 on: 01/10/2006 18:33:26 »
@gboy

Whay would we want to scam each other ?

I dont give a hoot what other people buy,Ive just used this forum to gather information and obtain a product that actually works ??

In your own time mate[B)]
 

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« Reply #196 on: 02/10/2006 12:32:51 »
Well i typed hoodia max and got 48 results on ebay!!!!!
I challenge anyone to try,This product is to cheap to contain REAL hoodia,Do you research and you will find that it is an expensive ingredient

[xx(]
 

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Offline Greg

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« Reply #197 on: 02/10/2006 12:36:27 »
Also "hoodiamax"

Is the same as

"hoodia max"

 

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« Reply #198 on: 02/10/2006 14:10:07 »
Notice I used the word "almost" and didn't stoop to any personal attacks. If you read the bulk of earlier posts you'll see people with low post numbers stating that they used band x and it works, some actually tring to post links. Fishy?

I think common sense would alert you as to who the observation was directed at...
 

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« Reply #199 on: 02/10/2006 15:25:25 »
I think this post should be closed as its getting a bit heated....